Перевод песни Marvin Welch & Farrar – Ronnie

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Rode a three-wheel bike on sundays, never wore a suit
Always kept his money in his boots
Leather ones with tired places
polished, so you'd see your faces in them
Doft his cap to all the ladies, young and old the same
Blushed a little if they called his name
Then he'd sometimes ring his bike bell,
just to show that he was quite well, to do
ah, that's a'what he'd do
Ronnie was a good lad, who helped the coalmen out
Though often he was trying to get in
Ronnie was a good lad, a little short of brain
You wouldn't say that he was right as rain.
Summer evenings you could find him, by the dried out stream
Catching fish that only he could see
Arms out stretched to show the sizes,
of the ones that he'd get prizes for
Ronnie's mother left this world, one cold december day
the council came and put poor Ron away.
They said it's the best thing for him
Funny though how no one saw him go
Ronnie was a good lad, a man of 45
Always looked so glad to be alive
Ronnie was a good lad, a little short of brain,
You wouldn't say that he was right as rain.
And everybody said it was a shame